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Dual MAR16W Marine Flexible Mast AM/FM Antenna White

Dual MAR16W Marine Flexible Mast AM/FM Antenna White


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Dual MAR16W Marine Flexible Mast AM/FM Antenna White

Dual MAR16W Marine Flexible Mast AM/FM Antenna White
  • Flexible mast
  • 180-degrees Swivel base for maximum mobility and 45-inch cable
  • Angled mounting options allow you to install the antenna in the most convenient locations
  • Corrosion resistant for the marine environment
  • 54-inch cable included
  • White color
  • Marine AM/FM antenna
This rugged MAR16 marine antenna from Dual gives you excellent performance, long-lasting durability, and plenty of mounting options. The flexible mast helps it withstand bracing winds, while the corrosion-resistant rubber exterior ensures that it won't succumb to salt and spray. Thanks to a 180-degree swivel base and a 54" cable, you can mount the MAR16 in a variety of locations on almost any boat. The mast is available in Black or White.

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  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Antenna!, September 7, 2009
    By 
    J. Casper (Mountain Home, AR) –

    This review is from: Dual MAR16W Marine Flexible Mast AM/FM Antenna White (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I installed this antenna, in addition to a new marine head unit in my Dad’s pontoon boat last week. Since then he has said radio reception has increased dramatically from the previous internal antenna and head unit setup. One thing that would be nice is a template for how big a hole you need to drill to mount this, and also the maximum thickness of the mounting location. Over all this was a great addition to the boat, and I am sure it will last a long time.
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  2. 31 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Reply to “Not really an antenna”, March 9, 2011
    By 
    Lew Miller (Florida) –

    Note: A rating is required to post this message, so please understand that mine is based on experience with a similar antenna.

    This comment regards Mr. Martin’s statement that this antenna is “just a piece of wire coming off of the center conductor.”

    In simplest terms, every antenna is “just a piece of wire coming off of the center conductor,” and every piece of wire can be (and really is) an antenna. To work at a given frequency, the wire must be cut to a length that is specific to that frequency. The conventional “whip” antenna is functionally nothing but a stiff piece of wire.

    Although I do not have this antenna, I have used “straight-wire” antennas in the past, and millions of “hams” and long-wave radio listeners have used them for decades.

    I previously had a similar antenna, purchased from Radio Shack, in my truck. The wire was pasted near the side and top of the windshield. It worked perfectly for many years, but the tape eventually dried out, and the wire became loose and broke. I replaced it with a small, window-mounted, powered antenna, which works well, but is not quite as good as that old wire antenna was.

    This antenna has the advantage that the wire is covered with protective insulation, so it is more durable than my old antenna, and it can be mounted almost anywhere, even on irregular surfaces. If properly installed, so that the wire is no closer than about two or three inches to metal, it should work as well as my old Radio Shack model did.

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  3. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great reception, August 1, 2013
    By 
    kenh

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    I changed out stereos in my boat and the antenna connection came off inside the old radio. I found this and assumed it would be easier and cheaper to do this than get a new connector and crimping tool. I read a few negative comments on this and I was concerned it would be another piece of crap but at $4 I thought I had nothing to lose. Before I installed the new radio I could only pick up one good station (probably a bad connection to begin with). After the new radio, nothing! As soon as I got this antenna I plugged it in and ran the short length of cable through the cable bundle. WOW! Now, the 12 preset station they give me on the new radio aren’t enough. Basically, from what I’ve read, this isn’t meant to be used in a car (the car acts as a Farady cage). The boat is mostly fiberglass and doesn’t block RF signals.
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